Alan Goldfarb of Weaver Wealth Management in Dallas is the new Chair of the Board of Directors of Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc.
Goldfarb, according to the CFP Board press release, developed the curriculum and structure of the nation's first personal MBA program for the personal financial planning profession to be registered with CFP Board, a program offered at the University of Dallas Graduate School of Management.
Goldfarb received CFP certification in 1978 and, says the press release, was instrumental in the organization's creation more than 25 years ago.
Weaver's firm manages $219 million of discretionary assets and $60 million in non-discretionary assets, according to Weaver's latest ADV.
A past Chair of CFP Board's Board of Professional Review (now Disciplinary and Ethics Commission), the CFP Board says Goldfarb also served on the Ethics Task Force that developed the most recent version of CFP Board's Standards of Professional Conduct.
Goldfarb also has served as the Director of the Financial Services MBA Program at the University Of Dallas Graduate School of Management and as Executive Director for the Southwest Institute for Personal Financial Education.